This movie is about the USS Tunny (SS-282) and the procedure she helped pioneer -- firing the Regulus missile. The Regulus was the world's first nuclear cruise missile, and a stop-gap weapon that served the Navy until the arrival of the Polaris weapon system. The Gato-class USS Tunny served three years in the Pacific during WWII, and was brought back into service in 1953 to assist in the development of the Regulus missile system. The U.S. strategy at this time, was to prevent an all out nuclear... favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topic: U.S. Navy Training Film
A U.S. Navy training and safety film that covers in detail the procedure used to recover a crew member who went overboard off the deck of a submarine. The USS Scamp (SSN-588) and the USS Bergall (SSN-667) are used to illustrate these procedures. Topic: U.S. Navy Training Film
Landing aboard an aircraft carrier is a task fraught with danger under normal conditions. When an aircraft has a malfunction or becomes disabled, it can be especially dangerous. The Mark-V barricade was developed to arrest disabled aircraft which, for whatever reason, may not be able to land by conventional "hook on a cable" means. Shown in this film are the procedures used to deploy the barricade, with commentary about how teamwork and attention to detail makes all the difference. Topic: U.S. Navy training film.
Shows the Navy's anti-submarine patrol in action during the late 1960s. Featuring flight operations off the aircraft carrier USS Wasp (CV-18), fixed wing and rotary wing aircraft perform sweeps of the sea in the vicinity of the fleet main body. They are joined by destroyers and other warships equipped with sonar, depth-charges and ASW torpedoes. The Grumman S-2 Tracker aircraft is especially featured. Topic: U.S. Navy training film.
byCounselor Films, Inc / Ralph Lopatin Productions
Covers key career opportunities in the professional world of work. Provides teenagers with an overview from which to choose their careers. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. Topics: occupation, vocational training
Astronaut Candidate Training 1995 - Egress Parasail Training, Part A This video shows astronaut candidates practicing ground egress and parachute landing procedures. Astronaut Training; Egress; Parachute Descent To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. Topics: NASA, Space Shuttle, astronaut training
Footage shows astronaut candidates (ASCAN) during land survival training, where they are seen performing such activities as constructing shelters, making nets, and finding food. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. Topics: NASA, Space Shuttle, astronaut training
1995 Astronaut Candidate Training - Water Survival Training Part C To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. Topics: NASA, Space Shuttle, astronaut training
Made prior to World War II (WWII) this US Navy submarine recruiting film features footage of the Perch Class, Shark Class, Salmon Class, and Porpoise class submarines. Specific boats include: P-3 USS Shark, P-4 USS Perch, P-1 USS Porpoise, P-6, P-7, P-9, P-9. Also featured: USS Perch SS-176, USS Plunger SS-179, USS Pollack SS180, USS Pickerel SS 177, USS Salmon SS-182, USS Seal SS-183, USS Skipjack SS -184, USS Snapper SS-285, USS Sturgeon SS-187. Topic: U.S. Navy Recruiting Training Film
"Made just prior to World War II (WWII), this film profiles the Submarine Training School at New London Conneticut. Features footage of new recruits being trained to join the ""silent service"". Submarines picture are the R4 (R-4) and R11 (R-11) boats, which were both R-1 class diesel submarines. This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest private military film archives in the USA. All material is film backed and available in HD. To license... Topic: U.S. Navy Submarine Training Film
"Watch as Fred P. Trophyman comes to life and helps Joey learn about Soccer. Then let Grant and Clark show you the Basics with Great Drills to help you get better too!"-- description from box. Topics: vhs, soccer, training Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
In this training film, see how the U.S. prepares its submariners and submarine support personnel to handle potentially disastrous emergencies. The USS Balao (SS-285) plays the part of submarine that has had a fire aboard and is now stuck on the sea floor. Some trapped crew members make individual emergency buoyant ascents via the escape trunk. In the meantime, the submarine rescue ship USS Skylark (ASR-20), rushes to the scene and uses its Rescue Bell (RC14) to evacuate the remainder of the... Topic: U.S. Navy Training Film
The USS Antietam (CV/CVA/CVS-36) was one of 24 Essex-class aircraft carriers built during World War II, and the first carrier to be fitted with an angled deck. This innovative feature, made possible by the addition of a port sponson, effectively allowed aircraft to take off while others were simultaneously landing. This film was made to acquaint naval aviators and deck crew with this new feature. Also shown in the film is USS Coral Sea (CV/CVB/CVA-43), a Midway-class aircraft carrier which was... Topic: U.S. Navy training film.
byAssociation-Sterling Films, Brandon Films, Inc, Fleetwood Films, Inc.
Demonstrates how police behavior can increase or diminish the hostility potential in everyday occurrences in law enforcement. Sequences illustrate such typical problems as a street corner gang, a speeding car, a barroom brawl, and a campus demonstration. CCM Films; [made by] Vision Associates; produced in cooperation with the International Chiefs of Police. This film can be purchased on DVD and higher quality versions of the film can be purchased for stock footage purposes. Contact... Topics: police training, police, cops
Showcases the combined effort that is part of modern anti-submarine warfare, in which fixed and rotary wing aircraft work in conjunction with destroyers and escorts to locate and destroy enemy submarines. Featured in the film is footage of the fleet Sonar School, Grumman S-2 Tracker and the Neptune P2V operating off of the aircraft carrier USS Randolph (CV-15), and the destroyers USS Sarsfield (DD-837), USS Blandly (DD-943) and USS Cony (DD-508), and the submarine USS Sirago (SS-485). Topic: U.S. Navy training film.
This 1945 Technicolor film was shown to Navy veterans in the aftermath of WWII. Intended to refocus the men who had lived through such horror, and who had trained to live by the sword, the film attempts to remind the viewer of the goals achieved by the conflict. This film may owe its existence to a very real fear that returning veterans would not be able to re-integrate into society; but such worries proved groundless. James Vincent Forrestal, the last Cabinet-level United States Secretary of... favorite ( 1 reviews ) Topic: U.S. Navy training film.
Diving in the deep sea, whether with scuba gear or a hard hat suit, is fairly safe as long as the diver is conscious of the effects of pressure. This U.S. Navy training film discusses the physical principles of diving, and shows some of the medical consequences of mishaps. Topic: U.S. Navy training film.
"Join travel photographer Bob Krist as he journeys through Italy to capture the "Spirit of Place.""-- description from box. Topics: vhs, nikon, photography, training Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
A basic training film made by the U.S. Navy, "Co-ordinated Anti-Submarine Warfare" discusses how surface ships, aircraft and submarines work together to unravel the submarine threat. The film explains both passive and active sonar, and shows how sonobuoys and other technology are deployed to locate enemy submarines. Features footage of a carrier battle group, Soviet submarines, and American warships as well as Tracker aircraft and rotary wing ASW helicopters. Visible in the film is... Topic: U.S. Navy training film.
Showcases the combined effort that is part of modern anti-submarine warfare, in which fixed and rotary wing aircraft work in conjunction with destroyers and escorts to locate and destroy enemy submarines. Featured in the film is footage of P-3 Orion search aircraft, DASH drone helicopter, and the ships USS Yorktown (CV-1), destroyers USS Leary (DD-879), USS Walker (DD-517), and USS Bridger (DE-1024) and various submarines including USS Scorpion (SSN-589). Also features footage of Norfolk. Topic: U.S. Navy training film.
This U.S. Navy film shows how a sunken submarine can be raised from the depths using pontoons and air apparatus. Features footage of the salvage vessel USS Hoist (ARS-40), hard hat divers, and animations and footage of a real salvage operation exercise. Topic: U.S. Navy training film.
A U.S. Navy training and safety film that in detail covers the procedure a submarine crew would take to make an immediate free breathing emergency bouyant ascent. In other words, how to safely exit a submerged subamrine and get all the crewmembers to the surface without them getting the "bends". The students train at the Submarine Escape Training Tank (SETT), a 100-foot water tower either at the submarine base, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii or at the submarine base, New London, Connecticut.... Topic: U.S. Navy Training Film
Although this film was made by the War Department, the fingerprints of the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) are all over it. In thirty minutes, the film details the background of the Imperial Japanese Army and Navy, and attempts to assess the character and make-up of its footsoldiers and leadership. The movie discusses the feudal origins of Japan, and the rise of the Samurai, contextualizing modern Japan's militarism with its earlier history. The history of Japan's imperial conquests is also... Topic: Army training film.
Made in 1943 for the U.S. Navy, DAMAGE CONTROL IV shows the use of the Rescue Breathing Apparatus during firefighting operations aboard ships. Shown is the Navy Oxygen Breathing Rescue Apparatus, Type A-1, a self-contained, closed-circuit device. Oxygen, generated by chemicals in a canister, flowed to the right-hand section of the breathing bag, where it mixed with air previously passed through the canister, then to the left-hand breathing bag and on through the inhalation tube into the... Topics: Periscope Film, Stock Footage, United States Navy, World War II, Fire Fighting, Fire, Training
Made in the wake of deadly accidents aboard the aircraft carriers USS Forrestal (CV-59), USS Enterprise (CVN-65), and USS Oriskany (CV-34), this U.S. Navy safety film underscores that "Disasters Don't Just Happen". The film examines the causes of accidents and looks for solutions to prevent similar things from happening in the future. Three incidents are specifically examined. First, the 1967 USS Forrestal fire was a devastating fire and series of chain-reaction explosions on 29 July... Topic: U.S. Navy training film.
Made in the 1950s for U.S. Navy pilot recruits, this historic film shows how to perform both wingovers and chandelles. The film uses live action and animation to simulate the maneuvers, which are performed in an SNJ training aircraft. A wingover (also called a wing-over-wing, crop-duster turn or box-canyon turn) is an aerobatic maneuver in which an airplane makes a steep climb, followed by a vertical flat-turn (the plane turns to its side, without rolling, similar to the way a car turns).... Topics: Periscope Film, Stock Footage, Wingover, Chandelle Pilot Training, Pilot, U.S. Navy, Flight Trainer
This 1951 Chevrolet promotional film THE VELVET GLOVE, promotes the new PowerGlide automatic transmission, first introduced in 1950. The automatic transmission, which removes the friction clutch from the driver's hands, is thoroughly explained through the use of models and a "mechanical hand" in a "velvet glove." The Powerglide is a two-speed automatic transmission designed by General Motors. It was available primarily on Chevrolet from January 1950 through 1973,... Topics: Periscope Film, Stock Footage, Automatic Transmission, Power Glide, General Motors, PowerGlide,...
Created for the home market in the year 1940, this silent newsreel film shows the Chicago Cubs Baseball Team in Spring Training mode on Catalina Island. Most likely this is the 1939 team as it features catchers Gus Mancuso and Gabby Hartnett, Dick Bartell, Phil Cavaretta and pitcher Dizzy Dean. The 1939 Chicago Cubs played 154 games during the regular season, won 84 games, lost 70 games, and finished in fourth position. They played their home games at Wrigley Field (Park Factors: 102/101)... Topics: Chicago Cubs, Santa Catalina, Spring Training, Baseball, Ronald Reagan, Dizzy Dean, William...
This silent German educational film shows the construction of a Bücker Bü 181 Bestmann aircraft, one of the Luftwaffe's standard training airplanes throughout WWII. The prototype Bü 181 (D-ERBV) made its maiden flight in February 1939 with Chief Pilot Arthur Benitz at the controls. After thorough works and official flight testing by the Reichsluftfahrtministerium (RLM) the Bü 181 was nominated to be the standard primary trainer for the Luftwaffe. Series production of the Bü 181... Topics: Bucker Flugzeubagbau, BU 181 Bestmann, Bucker BU 131, Rangsdorf, World War II, trainer Aircraft,...
(July 5, 1995) This 28-minute video shows the STS-74 crew and Mir 20 & 22 crews being introduced to the RMS (Remote Manipulator System). To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. Topics: NASA, space shuttle, STS-74, training, MIR
(May 1, 1995) See the STS-74 astronauts being trained for landing and egress in this 8 minute video. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. Topics: NASA, space shuttle, STS-74, training
Created by the U.S. Army Air Corps during WWII, this training film provides an overview of the parachute types used by aviators and paratroops. Design, construction and testing of parachutes are described, as well as proper handling and packing by riggers. (A parachute rigger is a person who is trained or licensed to pack, maintain or repair parachutes. A rigger is required to understand fabrics, hardware, webbing, regulations, sewing, packing, and other aspects related to the building,... Topics: parachute, paratroop, silk, rigger, WWII, training film
This silent film shows footage of rockets being test fired against a series of armored plates, possibly at the Dugway Proving Ground or the Desert Training Center. It was shot in May of 1944 and these tests were conducted as part of tests of air-to-ground rocket projectiles, likely the FFAR or possibly the HVAR. The FFAR was a 5-inch Forward Firing Aircraft Rocket developed during World War II for attack from airplanes against ground and ship targets. A rocket launch catapult is... Topics: Periscope Film, Stock Footage, Aberdeen proving Grounds, Destruction, War, Dugway Proving Grounds...
This 7-minute video shows astronauts from STS-73 being prepped for their EVA. The video mostly shows them putting on the required spacesuits. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. Topics: NASA, space shuttle, STS-73, training, EVA
See the crew of STS-74 being trained to undock the Mir space station in this 13-minute video. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. Topics: NASA, space shuttle, STS-74, training
(August 25, 1995) This 12 minute video shows the crew of STS-73 being trained. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. Topics: NASA, space shuttle, STS-73, training
(September 19, 1995) Crew members of STS-73 are trained on the T-38 Talon, a supersonic jet trainer used by NASA. To license this film and get a higher quality version for broadcast/film purposes, contact A/V Geeks LLC. Topics: NASA, space shuttle, STS-73, training
This amazing 1962 U.S. Air Force training film BROKEN ARROW PROCEDURES shows the procedures used in an accident involving a nuclear weapon. In this case, a airborne B-52 has caught fire while carrying a nuclear weapon. The film was likely made in response to the Goldsboro incident of 1961, in which an atomic bomb survived an airplane crash and fire. It was one of the most terrifying moments in the history of the Air Force, SAC and the Cold War, since after the incident it was determined... Topics: Periscope Film, Stock Footage, Boeing B-52 Stratofortress, Broken Arrow, atomic Bomb, Nuclear...
Barbara's Problem Dogs Reel 2 Reel 1 available here Dog trainer Barbara Woodhouse demonstrates remedies for common canine behavior problems such as car chasing, excessive barking, soiling, and extreme sensitivity to common household noises. Topics: Educational Film, Series: Barbara's Problem Dogs, Domestic animals, Animal training, Animal...
This post-WWII recruitment film shows U.S. Navy electronic technician training, primarily for operation of sonar and radar gear but also radio and communications equipment. First recruits are shown at Great Lakes, but soon trainees are moved to a formal Basic Electronics School where training for their rating begins in earnest. The Advanced School is either at Memphis, Tennessee or Treasure Island in San Francisco Bay. The "Bat", a guided bomb developed during WWII is shown at... Topics: Circuit, Electronics, Great Lakes Training, San Francisco, Vacuum Tubes, United States Navy,...
Profiles the role of the U.S. Navy's hardhat divers, and shows the various systems used to support their operations. This film includes footage of re-compression chambers and diver support equipment. The special men of honor who served as the Navy's hardhat divers during WWII salvaged lost equipment, repaired ships at sea and in the harbor, and served in many other important capacities. ( 2 reviews ) Topic: U.S. Navy training film.
"Helpful Hints: Use a Potty-chair. Try Switching to training pants. Dress your children in clothes they can remove themselves. Allow your children to help wash out their training pants. When your child uses the potty - offer plenty of praise!" favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: vhs, Children, Potty-training Source: VHS Panasonic AG-1980>Panasonic DMR-E30>CDR via OSX
Made to promote flight deck safety, this Vietnam era film features footage shot aboard USS Forrestal (CVA-59). It was made in 1967, the same year that the ship suffered a terrible fire that cost 134 lives. It is unclear whether the film predates the fire, or was made in its wake. The USS Forrestal (CV-59) superseded Shinano of World War II vintage as the largest aircraft carrier ever built by full load displacement and was the first to specifically support jet aircraft. The ship was... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topic: U.S. Navy training film.
Originally made by the Soviet Union, this propaganda film was re-released by the American C.I.A. complete with English narration. It features worldwide wargames by the modern Soviet Fleet. Men and ships of the USSR are seen launching a seaborne invasion. Various ships and MiG aircraft are shown, including submarines, rocket-firing cruisers, destroyers and battleships. Airborne refueling of Backfire nuclear bomber aircraft, and seaborne refueling and resupply of vessels is shown. Jet fighters... Topic: U.S. Navy training film.
Made in 1950, this U.S. Navy recruitment film focuses on the training of naval aviators at Pensacola, Florida. It exposes new recruits to the training process and day to day activities for a Navy flier. They go over the general over view of the training and list the individual components of the program. It is aimed at encouraging new recruits to take the program seriously so that they can reap the rewards or risk being grounded. Fairly straight forward, non-technical intro to training style... Topics: Stock Footage, Periscope Film, Footage, United Sates Naval Aviator Training Aircraft, United States...
With study guideShows how women are developing new images of themselves and of their capabilities in conscious-raising sessions. Helps women understand the ways in which society attempts to mold them into passive, feminine roles, and shows how many women are taking active control of their lives and asserting themselves for the first time Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Summary Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Women, Group relations training, Steinem, Gloria Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation